Eleanor Paynter and Sara Riva In mid-August, EU border agency Frontex released Frontex Up Close, a promotional video [...]Read more
Dreaming of migration in times of the pandemic? What makes a migrant succeed in a changing Europe
Aija Lulle and Hania Janta Unrestricted and hassle-free mobility in Europe has temporarily been put on hold. [...]Read more
Reflections on Standing with Hong Kong
Michael J Richardson Only a select few of our learned societies have publicly denounced the threats brought [...]Read more
The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: can it create pluralist non-colonial societies?
Dominic O’Sullivan Post-settler liberal states like Australia, Canada and New Zealand struggle with the pluralist non—colonial societies that [...]Read more
Neoliberal Transitions: Are public services failing youth?
Shelda-Jane Smith Neoliberal logics have become intrinsic to youth services. The psychological traits of independence and responsibility for the [...]Read more
Why COVID-19 Is a Social Issue
Michael Brennan Like many of us, I have spent the last 6 months of lockdown consumed by news [...]Read more
Evangelicals’ failure to love at every scale: LGBTQ exclusion and Black Lives Matter
Lydia Catedral Give money or food to people who need it, listen with compassion to those who are [...]Read more
A backward glance into contemporary social injustice: a case for Foucault’s ‘history of the present’
Susan Martin ‘Progress’ becomes a very loaded term when used to signpost change in society, with its connotations [...]Read more
Be careful what you wish for: The end of the NSS?
Órla Meadhbh Murray For those who work or study in UK universities, 2020 has been a tumultuous [...]Read more
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